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Fluorescence microscope light source LED1
LED

fluorescence microscope light source
fluorescence microscope light source
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for fluorescence microscopes
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LED

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Bright, stable and cost-effective illumination Fluorescence light sources LED1, LED3, LED5 & LED8 Great imaging starts with a bright, stable and cost-effective way of illuminating your sample. With our new LED series you will find the right light source for your fluorescence application. Whether it’s routine cell culture work, imaging tissue sections or performing advanced imaging experiments, it’s time to switch from your old metal-halide lamp to state-of-the-art LED light sources. Your benefits No service needed thanks to long LED life time Work safely with an environmentally friendly mercury-free LED light source Better light output stability Choose the light source suitable for your needs. LED1 Performing routine fluorescence applications such as checking cells for transfection, multi-color fluorescence documentation and simple time-lapse experiments the LED1 is your choice. The versatile solid-state light source offers white light or 4 individual colors in the 380-650nm range. Perfect for usage in combination with our routine microscopes DM2500, or DM4 B. Your Benefits Training-free and fast use – no need to start a software: Simply turn the knob to adjust intensity Improve signal-to-background thanks to manually switch from white to either of the 4 colors imaging Synchronize illumination with camera exposure and minimize photobleaching by triggering your LED1

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